Enterprise Zone Approved in McHenry County

At the McHenry County Board meting Tuesday, Charlie Eldridge announced the approval by Governor Bruce Rauner of the Harvard-Woodstock Enterprise Zone. Crediting former County Board Chairwoman Tina Hill with great assistance. Eldridge said that the McHenry County designation was one … Continue reading

Unseatbelted Harvard Man Dies in Paulson Road Pickup Crash

A press release from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office: Sheriff’s Office Investigates Single Vehicle Fatal Crash Richard J. Shields, 58, of Harvard was pronounced dead after a single vehicle crash in the 2300 block of Paulson Road, at 4:24 a.m. today … Continue reading

Comparing City & Village Tax Takes

Yesterday, we took a look at what school districts requested to be collected last year and this year. Today we’ll look at municipalities. A number of McHenry County municipalities overlap into adjacent counties. If you see “McH only,” that is … Continue reading

Part 8 – Harvard School Psychologist Wins 7th Circuit Reversal of Wrongful Termination Suit Dismissal

Without using an attorney, former Harvard school psychologist Peter Koehn won reversal of the dismissal of a suit concerning his termination by Harvard Unit School District 50. Then-Superintendent Lauri Tobias is listed as the lead defendant.  Judges William Bauer, John Daniel … Continue reading

Part 7 – Harvard School Psychologist Wins 7th Circuit Reversal of Wrongful Termination Suit Dismissal

Without using an attorney, former Harvard school psychologist Peter Koehn won reversal of the dismissal of a suit concerning his termination by Harvard Unit School District 50. Then-Superintendent Lauri Tobias is listed as the lead defendant.  Judges William Bauer, John Daniel … Continue reading